Boys soccer started in 1984, with the first varsity season in 1985. Through 2014, the team has qualified for the CIAC State Tournament 12 times. In addition, they reached the quarterfinals in 2002, 2007 & 2008. In 2014, the team were semifinalists, equaling the school record.
The team was crowned ACC Co-champions in 1988 and in 2007 qualified for the FCIAC playoffs for the first time.
For the year-by-year results of SJ soccer, click here.
Eight players have earned all-state honors, while Doug Morabito (SJ class of 1989) was named NSCA All-New England in 1988. Numerous players have garnered all-league status as well.
For a list of all-time player awards, click here.
9/8/22 - Cadets win their first game of the season against
9/20/21 - The Cadets earned their first win of the season, defeating Bridgeport Central 4-3 this past weekend! Jake Pacacha led scorers with a hat-trick, which Michael Fiatarone scored the remaining goal off a throw-in. Check out the highlights below!
9/9/21 - St. Joseph Boys to Compete with Short Roster. St. Joseph boys’ soccer coach Thomas Connolly, whose Cadets graduated eight senior starters from a 5-4-2 team, quoted Manchester United’s Sir Matt Busby when asked about having a roster dominated by underclassmen. Keep reading the Trumbull Times article here!
Head Coach: Thomas Connolly
Assistant Coach: Brandon Meadow, Ryan Subtil
Mateus Da Silva
Jake Pacacha (C)